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CATALOGUE 



OF THE . . 



Fifty- first Annual Session 



. OF. 



LaG range - Female • College, 



LAGRANGE, GEORGIA. 



1895-96 



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INSTITUTED 1833. <*-«<*- CHARTERED 1846. 



Judge us by cxir worK 



R. C. WARD, PRINTER, 
LAGRANGE. GEORG*. 



BOARD OF TRUSTEES. 




\ \m 

Wm. S. WITHAM. President 
W. V. CRAY. Sac. andTreas 

T. A. ATKINSON 
Rev. R. J. hlG-UM. D. D 
JOHN R BROOME 
H. H. CARY. A. M.. M D 
JAMES W. CHAPMAN 
W. L. CLEAVELAi. 
0. G. COX 
J. E. DUNSON 
0. A. DUNSON 
R G. W. DUVAL 
JOHN D. EDMUNDSON 
J. T. GIBSON. D. D 
W. F. GLENN. D*T> 
Dr. H. V. H\RDM\CKf 
Hon. HENRY R. HARIRI 
J. W. HEIDT. D D jf 
J. C. HENDR1X 

F. G. HUGHES 
Rev. A. J. JARREL 
Rev. A. P. JONF* 
Rev. W. P LOVcJJDY. D. D 
Maj. JOHN W . HfbGEE 
Rev. J. F. M1XON. D. D 
J. F. M03LEY.' 
Rev. H. P. MYERS 
L. M. PARK 

R E. PARK 
Rev. W. A. PARKS 

J. fi. PITM ■ 
Rev. W. F. QUILLIAN. M D 
f RANDLE 

JOHN L. ROB 
Prof. J. R SMITH 
B. T. THOMPSON. Esc 

B. F. TIGNER 

C. V. TRUITT 

J. R TUCKER. M. D 

TUCKER 
W. W. WADSWORTH. D D 
W W. WISDOM 
j T. ZACHRY 



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LaGrange. Ga 




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. Nashville. Tenn. 


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LaGrange. Ga. 


1892 


Washington. Ga. 




LaGrange. Ga. 


1896 


LaGrange. Ga. 


1896 


■ Ga. 


1895 


. LaGange. Ga. 


1896 


Carrolllon. Ga. 


1887 


LaGrange. Ga 


1895 


Atlanta. Ga. 


1893 


la. Ga. 


1896 


n. Ga. 


1877 


Greenville. Ga. 




Atla'*a Ga. 


1892 


ia. Ga. 


1895 


ThomaMcn. Ga. 


1896 




1887 


LaC; 


1896 


Athr-: 


1892 


LaGrange. Ga. 


1886 


Auj usta. Ca. 


1896 


Hogansvi 


1896 


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1892 


LaGrange. Ga. 


1896 


LaGrange. Ga. 


1892 


Dahlorega. Ga. 


1 R9.t 


LaC- 


1891 


LaGrange Ga. 


1892 


Ala 


1886 


Greenville, Ga. 


1896 


Gtee:i\ tile. Ala. 


1889 


Ntwnan. Ga. 


1896 


White Sul[ 


1 895 


LaGrange. Ga. 


189' 


Carnesville, Ga. 


1806 


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i'a. Ga. 


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ALUMNAE. 



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PLEASE inform us concerning marriages, deaths, omitted aiumnae 
or any errors in the names below. Information concerning addre- 
occupation, etc., will be thankfully received. If married, state hus- 
band's name, title, and address. Send us catalogues issued prior to 
1886. Deceased alumnae are indicated thus:*. 



1846. 



MAIDEN Ni ■ 

Elizabeth L. Burk.* 
Sarah B. Cameron. 



MARRIED NAME. 

Mrs. Swanson* 



MAIDEN NAME. 

Saiah T. Cameron, 



MARRIED NAME. 

Mrs. Hill.* 



1847. 



le E. Bigham.* 

H. Cooper. Mrs. Newton. 

Mrs. Howard * 
i R. Hill. Mrs. Pons." 

. '.' Li all. - 



Sarah C. Morgan. 
Ophelia A. 
Susan J. Presle, 
Mary A. Saunde 



v. r 

-i s.- 



Mrs. Barber. 
Mrs. Weekes, 
Mrs. Bunkley. 



A. Broughton. Mrs. Montgomery 
Ehza j. Bryan. Martin. 
AmaiinthaC.Gamer'n.Mrs. Gibson, 
Sarah Clayton. Mrs Jeter. 
Catharine P. Dozier. Mrs. Willis. 
Jane E. Gill Mrs. . 



848. 

Frances]. Greenwoo 
Sarah J. Kidd. 
Sarah E. Kin?. 
Pauline Lewi- 
Elizabeth Pari 



P, y. 
Mrs. Ca» 
Mrs. Rice 
MrslAb'ct 
Mrs^Tignor 



bie* 



Mrs. Tatum * 
Williams. 



Josephine H. Akin. 

HI), 

Henrelta Broome* 
SophroniaS Campbell. Mrs. Ferrell. 
Dorothv A. Chappell. Mrs. Malihcws. 
Ami ose, Mrs. lvey. 

Frarces A. Favor, Mrs. Goldsmith 



849. 

Marv P. Griggs. 
Susan A. Maddcx. 
Nancy Meaders. 
Acadia E. Mitchell 
• Ann E. Pit's. 

Elizabeth A. Stinson.Mrs. Radchtt 
Mary A. Thon pson. 



Mrs. NeaJ.* 
Mrs. Johnson. 
Mrs. Leak.* 
Mrs. Dowdell. 
Mrs. Dozier. 



1850. 



Frai; . .hton.Mr. .. 

irk«, Mrs. 
, E. Dixon. 
• lla E. Dou| 
NarctssaW.Do' 
Relecca G. Forbes* 
A. Gillam 

Mr 



Long* 

Gartrell.* 

Glanton.* 

Amoss. 

Bailey. 

Goodman, 
McGehee. 
Long. 



: Martha F. Harvey. Mrs. Harper 
Ann E McGinty Mrs. Akers* 
Susan M. Meado Mrs. Brown.* 
Sarah C. Newton 4rs. Dozier, 
Cordelia A. Reddi. „ Mrs. ]ones,_ 
Rebecca A. Slaton. Mrs. Nichoison. 

, Carolines. Stephens, Mrs. Banks. 
Catherine C. Stinson.Mrs. Neal, 
Helen A. Tate. Mrs. Mitchell. 



LAGRANGE FEMALE COLLECE. 



1851. 



MAIDEN NAML. 

Mary C. Aiford. 
Tallulah Carter. 
Mary J. C 
Ann Davis. 
Jane E. D I 



J. Hampton. 

rah Harris. 

Celestia Hill. 
. J. Kidd. 
Lusan McGehee. 
Jane Newton. 



MARRIED NAME. 

■ ieard. 
Mr, Wells.* 
Mrs. Kener. 

Mrs. . 

Mrs. Weston. 



UAII 

Mary M. Dou» 
Susan W. Douglass. 
Mary E. Drake. 
Mary Graves. 



Mrs. G 

Mrs. Phillips. 

Mrs. Lee. 



Davis. 

mart.' 
'•' 

L;in:. 
Hampton. 
Mrs. Dozier. 



Mrs. 
Mrs. 

Mr>. 



1852. 

Ann Reid. 

Mary F Reid* 
i Rebecca A.Ktitled^e.Mrs. Boynton. 

xanna Sharp. Mr , 

! Catharine Spicer. Mi 



1853. 



L.orine C. Acee. 
Sarah A. Akers, 
Alberta V. Amoss, 
Isabella Baldrick.* 
Louisa Bryan.* 
Anna Calhoun. 
Emma Cameron. 
Sarah B. Cameron. 
Ellen Cline. 
Catherine Coleman 
Mary Eliza Colauitt. 
C line Crav Mrs 



Mrs 

M: • 

Mrs 



Mrs. 
M 



Smith. 
Potts.* 
Hmu i 



Martin, 

Leonard.* 

Wa'ers. 

Gaffney. 

Dix. 
Stppington. 



E. S. Edmondson. 
Mary Fail. 
Nancy Hail. 

uri Jones. 
Mary Lee. 

Elizabeth Pace. 
Marietta Peeples.* 
Susan Presley. 
Harriet Spivey. 

Caroline V.' 
Mary Whi'' 



Mrs. 

Mrs. 
Mrs. 

Mrs. 

Mrs. 
Mrs. 

Mrs. 
Mrs. 



M 

Hall. 

Bradtield. 



Pearson. 

Marcus. 

Gav. 

Boyd. 



1854. 





Anderson. 




Kimball.* 




Scott. 




Ward. 




Cra. . 


N 


Smith, 


M 


Burnett. 



Bart.es. 
M?' uitt. '-s Green. 

Ar. . ^ooper. 
Margaret Cunningharr 
Amanda Edmondson. 
Harriet Edmondson. 
Frances A. Harris. 
Mary A. King. 
Florida C. Ley. 
Mary M. McKemie. 
Lucy A. Morrow. 
Susan Newton. 



Letitia J. Austell. 
Martha A. Cogbil 
Sarah A. Dawkins. 
Virginia E. Edmondson. 
Margaret E. G- 
Sarah J. Harris. 
Mary H. Holland 
Melissa N. Laney. 
Phoebe G. Mabry. 
He ri<-' E. " 
M 



Lucy Pace. Mrs. Si . 

Georgia Patrick. Mrs. Al'en. 

Sarah F. Reid. Mrs. On 

Su.>an Skeen. 

Sarah O. Smitn, Mrs W. 

Sarah J. Stembridge.Mrs. Herring. 

Mary Stephens. Mrs. Con 

R. T. Taliaferro. 

Cornelia Tyler. 

Mary Yan^ inf." 



1855. 



Camilla P. Meadors. 

Margaret A. Mooney.Mrs. ^zzel 



Mr.. Kimbrough. 



Blanche Morgan 
Mary E. Redwine. 
Sarah W. Reese. 
Kate I. Selleck. 
Eliza O Shepherd 
Mary F. Steagall. 
Susan E. Tooke.* 
Emma J. Tucker. 
Sarah E. Ward. 



Mrs Johnson. 

Mrs. Lovelace. 
Mrs. Edmonds'n.* 
Mrs. M 

Dent. 



Davidson. 



LAGRANGE FEMALE COLLEGE. 



I85o. 



MAtnEN NAME. MA 

a A. Appleby. Mrs. 
Martha F. Blackburn. Mrs. 
Laura E. Cameron. Mrs. 
Maiiha C. Carter. Mrs. 
bailie Craig. 

Lizzie W. Cunningham.* 
Elizabeth H. DeLoach. 
Ellen B. DeLoach, 
M. J. E Iwai Mrs. 

Mrs. 
m E. Harrell. Mrs. 
Anna M. Hayes. Mrs. 



NAME. 

McCraw. 
Judge. 
Gibson. 
Weaver.* 



Thompson . 
Herring. 
Smith. 
Renwick. 



MAIU r .N NAME. 

Nancy C. Hill. 
Harriet N. Lipscomb, 
Martha P. McKemie. 
Anna H. Meadows, 
S. Indiana Pitts. 
Mary A. Powell. 
Rebecca 0. Powell. 
Sophia L. Saunders. 
Frances C.Tennison 

C. Tyler, 
Philo Ware. 



1857. 



M. E. Alford. Mrs. Heard. 

Frances Andrews. 
M Y. Atkinson. Mrs. Mallory. 

G. A. Balririck.* 
E. Berry, 
Hadessa Byrd. 
S. A. Cameron. 
C Cole.* 
i A. Carlington. Mrs. - 



Mrs. Oglesby. 
Mrs. Traywick. 
Mrs. Colbert. 



Susan V. Harrell, 
Aidie R. Powell. 
Hattie A. Shumate. 
Elizabeth Smith. 
Anna Steagall, 
Mary J. Stinson. 
Anna E. Swanson. 
Martha Tooke, 
Fannie A. Ward. 



liner, 

L. H. Brown. 
Sallie Bull, 
V. H. Clay 
J. A. Cooper. 
M. A 

R C. Crowder. 
!. F Gordon. 



Mary L. Akers.* 
Susan E. Bass. 
M. E. Beall. 
Hattie Carlton. 
Ma-v J. Carlton. 
Alice R. Culler. 
Fletcher Hardin. 
C. McKemie. 
Sue C. Means. 
A. Moreland. 
Anna Morgan. 
R M. M 



Emma L. Bcstick. 
M. Abbie Callaway. 
Claude V. Carlton. 
Eliza J Cox. 
Mary E. E \ 



1858. 



Mrs. Terrell. 

ark.* 

Mrs. Van Epps. 
Mr:.. Tuggle. 



A. S. Greenwood. 
E. A. Hanii 
M. A. E. Hamilton. 
M. J. Hamilton. 
A. C. Hanks. 
M. C. Reese. 
M. E. Speer. 



I8sy. 



Mrs. Ridley. 
Mrs. Dozier.* 

Mrs. Cobb. 
Mrs. Flournoy, 
Mrs. Craven. 
Mrs. Griffin.* 
Mrs. Speer. 
Mrs. Flournoy. 
Mr- Moss.* 



Bettie Melson. 
M. B. Pullen. 
Mary Shephe 
Mattie B. Shep 
Aley Smith, 
Cat r i 

Achsah Turnr 
Ophelia Wilkes 
Tinsley Winstot 
Sarah Womack. 
R. K. Woodwat 



I860. 

imondson. Alice Ledbetter 



Mrs. Akers. 
Mrs. Edwards* 



S. Cornelia Love 
Mollie J. Miller. 
Fredonia Ralford, 
Aline E. Reese. 



MARRIED NAME. 

Mrs. Morgan, 
Mrs. Kirby, 
Mrs. Craven. 

Mrs. Stowe. 



Mrs. Bynum. 
Mrs. Wttherspoor 



Mrs. Mayberry. 



Mrs. Clark. 

Mrs. . 

Mrs. Tigner. 
Mrs. Swanson. 

Mrs. Johnson. 



Mrs. Slatter.* 

/rs. 

Mrs. Wit 



Mrs. 
Mrs. 
Mrs. 
Mrs. 
Mrs. 
Mrs. 
Mrs. 
Mrs. 

rs. 



Russell .* 
Kirksey. 
til. 
Boddie. 
Ogletree.* 
Marsh. 
Tumlin.* 
Winston.* 

Harris* 



Mrs. Revill. 

Mrs. Mooty. 
Mrs. McFirlin, 



LAGRANGE FEMALE COLLEGE. 



MAIDEN NAME. 

F. C. Fleming. 
E. Cornelia Forbes. 
Augusta M. Hill. 
Fannie Jeter. 
M. Fannie Johnson. 
N. A. Johnson. 
Lizzie S. Laney. 
Janey M. Laney. 



R1ED NAME. 

Mrs. Dixon. 
Mrs. Waltermire. 
Mrs. Thompson.* 

Mrs. McLaw, 

Mr:;. Maddox. 



MAIDEN NAME. 

Polly Robinson. 
Edna M. Rush, 
Sallie Sanges. 
Laura J. Sasnett. 
Sallie Shepherd. 
Mollie J. Smith. 
Sallie Talley.« 
Isabella C. Winfrey. 



MAKRIED NAME. 

Mrs. Hammond. 

"allahan. 
Mrs. Mullins. 
Mr .. Brfti .ham.* 
Mrs. Shorter. 



.avinia A. Bird. Mrs. Craig.* 

Julia C. Bohannan. Mrs. Witter* 
Georgia Broughton. Mrs. Hayes. 
Cordelia C. Cooper. Mrs. Fields, 
Elia M. Cunningham. Mrs. Smith. 
Frances M. Douglass. Mrs. Lowe. 
Mollie J. Hunnicutt. Mrs. Turner. 
C. M. Ledbetter. Mrs. Ellis.* 

Lucy B. Libscomb. Mrs. Harwell. 
Levicie G. Maddox. Mrs. Kendrick. 



Ma y A. Baldrick. 






Fr ices A. Bass, 






Fl cher Birch. 






\ idalia E. Boddie. 






Lizzie Burge. 






Ann E. Evans. 


Mrs 


Wisdom,* 


V ie Field. 






j A- Fleming. 






.«ry F. Gilmer, 






Lizzie Goodwin. 


Mrs. 


Cotton. 


Jennie Goodwin. 


Mrs. 


Bailey. 


Rebecca Harrington. 


Mrs. 


Bookhart. 


Mary A. Haynes, 






Ella Hill. 






Georgia Hodnett. 


Mrs. 


Ward. 


Susan A. Hogg. 


Mrs. 


Dav, ; 



IMI. 

Nuda M. Ousley. 

Emir , 

Ellen R. Pattillo. 

E. C. Phillip*, 

L. C. Pullen. 

Charlotte E. Reid, 

Genie Reid. 

M. A. Story. 

S. Elmira Wilkes. 

Emma C. Ynncey. 

1862. 

Sallie A. K 
Sallie A. Little. 
Anna Lyon. 
C. P. McGehee.* 
Kate O. Merritt. 

Mooney. 
Lou O'Neal. 
Kransillian Owens. 
Clara O. Packard. 
Fletcher Pitts. 
Mattie D. Pitts. 

A. Traylor. 
Mol'ie White. 

E. Wi-nbish. 



M rs Hunn 
Mrs. Calla I 
Mrs. Jelks. 
Mrs. Morris. 
Mrs. Ware. 
Mrs. Cameron.* 
Mrs. McD maid. 
M: . 
Mrs. Bryant. 



Mrs. Bailey. 

Mrs. . 

Mrs. Wil ; 



M' joiner. 



Mrs. Tafft.* 

Mrs : I 
Mrs. Wright. 

Abraham. 



1863. 

Addie Bull. Martin 

Hattie E. Callaway,* 

Lizzie Leslie. 

Sallie Leslie. Mrs. Beasley. 

Mattie Marshall. 



Mrs. Freeman. 
Belle McCain. 

GeralineD.Moreland.Mrs. Speer. 
Anna Turner. 



1864. 



Eliza Akers. 
Ella Broughton. 
Ida Burk. 
Mary Cunningham. 


Mrs. 
Mrs 


Bowdon. 
Hay* 


Mary E. Curtnght. 
Fannie Hall. 
Nora Owens. 
Fannie Pullen. 

1865. 


Mrs. 


Rak- 
Caudle. 

Amis. 


Katie Beall. 
Alice Bryant. 


Mrs. 

Mrs. 


Hornady 

Willis, 


Achsah Maddox, 


Mrs 


Pace. 







Mks. Kl'l'IS W. SMITH. UDV I>k.,.,iu.. 



LAGRANGE FEMALE COLLEGE. 



MAIDEN NAME. 

Barber. 

Nannie Callaway, 



1871. 



MARRIED NAME. 

Mrs. Truitt. 
Mrs. Wylie* 



MAIDEN NAME. 

Lula Culberson. 
Mary Hill, 



MARRIED NAME. 

Mrs. McCoy, 
Mrs. Ficklin. 



Sallie Cotier. 
Annie C. Cur'; 
Carri< 



1873. 

Mrs. Reaves. Willie Pitman. 

Mary L. Poythress. 
Mrs. Trull 



Mrs. Bradfield.* 
Mrs. Barnard.* 



Dora BoyW 
Mollie Bel 
Sallie Lou Han, 



Mrs. Maffett. 



1874. 

J. Lulu Ward. 
Maggie Whitaker, 
Addie 0. Wimbish. 



Mrs. Foote. 
Mrs. Anthony. 



1876. 



Mis. Thomasson. | Jennie McFail. 



Mrs. Warlick. 






1877. 
Hom. Emma Palmer. Mrs. Williams * 

Mrs. Rosier. Clodissa Richardson. Mrs. Connalh 

Mrs Vaughan. 



■ 
F. Vil 



1878. 



Mrs. McDonald.* 
Mrs. Cary. 
Mrs. Mozley, 



Mattie T. McGehee, Mrs. , rk 



Ola M. Simmons. 
Lizzie A. Tray lor. 



Mrs. S.rr) i .is. 



j -lies. 
Mattie Travlor. 



Mrs. Northen 



1879. 

Fannie White. Mrs, 

Sallie Williams. Mrs. 



Clay. 
Reid. 



,, M. Atkinson. 
Sallie Dowi 



Mrs. 
Mrs 



Zellars. 
Zuber. 



1881). 

Ids Lee Emory. 
Haitie Handley. 
Mynie McFarlin. 
Emma Stipe. 



Mrs. Trammell 
Mrs. Rcadc. 
Mrs. Russell. 
Mrs. Walker. 



1881. 



Lula A. Brannon. 
Stella Bun 
Ella L. Crusselle. 
E. Driver. 
Mvrtie Gal 
E." Baxter Ma'nrv. 



Mrs. Knapp. 

,.*ker.» 

Mrs. Smith. 
• rooks, 



Augt a Vaughan. 
Etta Vaughan, 
Lula Walker. 
Loulie Watkins. 
Mollie R. Whitaker. 



Mrs. Matthews. 
Mrs. Fitzpatrick. 
Mrs. Ware, 
Mrs. Overstreet. 
Mrs Matthews. 



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LAGRANGE FEMALE COLL: 






MAIDEN NAME. 

Alice R. Boykin. 
Lily Howard. 
Ida Palmer. 
Mollie E. Stipe. 



1882. 



MARRIED NAME. 

McLarin. 
Mrs. McDonald. 
Mrs. Walker. 



MAIDEN NAME. 

Fannie Turner, 

Bertha Walker, 
Irene V 



.irher. 
:po.* 



1 883. 



Helen Baldwin. 
Carrie D. Ballard. 
Annie Bradley. 
May Candler. 
Susie Candler. 
Genevra Cholson. 
Carobel He 



Mrs. Saner, 
Mrs. 

//inchesier 



Mrs. 
Mrs. 



Cantrell. 
Calhoun 



Howell. 
Carrie Parks. 
Nellie Rev 

Thompson. 
Janie Wadsworth 
Lilarette Young. 



M- 

M 

"■ 

Mrs. Mai' 



Beulah B. Arnold. 
Ellen E. Barry. 
Mary C. Broome. 
Mary L. Revill. 



1884. 

Mrs. Pringle. Eugenia A. Simm . Mr*. Redwine, 

Mrs, Carney.* Mamie Spears. 

Mrs. Gresham. , Adelaide V 

Mrs. Atkinson. Mar. Lizzie Wright. Mrs. . 



1 885 . 



^auline E. Arnold. 
]. Bessie Barnett.t 
Emma F. Bu' rd. 
Katie*t> Co 
A. Et, ^ '"Jjnson.-t 
Daisy , jt. 



Mrs. Wright. 

Mrs. . 

Mrs. . 

Mrs, Culpepper. 
Mrs. Puckett. 
Mrs.Abercrombie. 



Lollie E. Lewis. M' 

Olivia V. Macy. Mrs. Crusselle .* 

May Morgan, iM:.. 
Mollie C. Simms. M' ,. Ward. 

K. Worley. I. 

Wiight.t mason. 



1880. 



Emma Barrett. ; 
Willie Burns.t 
Mary Lou Dansby.t 
Lizzie L. Dyer. 
Lucy L. Evans. 
Bessie Jackson, 
Mattie Magruder. 
Willie Miller. 
Mary Ruth Mixon. 







Jessie Pitman. t 


Mrs 




Mrs. 


Davis.* 


Belle Pr rr, 










Leman K".' 


Mi 


- 


Mr 


">uke. 


Ida B Smith. 


Mrs. 






•nks. 


Nelie Smith. t 


Mr:,. 


1 


rs. 


yd. 

immons. 


Bunnie Trimble. 
Ella Walker.* 


Mrs, 






ok. 


Minnie ware, i 


Mrs. 




Mrs. 


ibbs. 









Jessie G. Burnett. + 
Glenn Camp. 
Annie L. Cole. 
J. Winona Cotter 
Lucy A. Heard. 
Berta V. Henry. 
Susie H. Jarre II. 
E. May Johnson. t 
Blanche McFarlin. 
Maude McFarlin. 



1887. 

Clara L. Meriwether. Mt 
Mrs. Carpenter. Amy V 
Mrs. Wolfe, Lillian 0. Ridenhour. 

Maidee Smith. 
. Jones. Mary K. Strozier. Mrs. Barnett. 

Thomas. Jimmie Lou Thomp 

Maude ! 
Mrs. Harmon. Carrie Y. Will. 

Mrs. Gaffney. Annie Wi ! 

Mrs. White. Mi 



LAGRANGE FEMALE COLLEGE. 



11 



1H8K. 



MAN 

Lizzie I. Arnold. t 
Dora H. Beckmar, 
Lou C. Camp. 
M. Jennie Cooper, 

e Covin. 
Minnie L. Craw 

Crawford. 
Oliie Ellis. 
M. Jennie Evans, 1 
Mamie H. Hatdwick. 
Lillie Jarrell. 
N. Grace Johnston. 



MARRIED NAME. 

Mr.,. Schwettman. 

irannon, 
Mrs, Mabry. 



'iddox. 

-ippe. 
Mrs. Bradfield 
Mrs. Purvis. 

Mrs. Twyman. 



MAIDEN NAME. MARRIED NAME. 

Fannie Bel Jones. Mrs. Quillian. 

Cecile Longino. 

Annie M. Moate. Mrs. Scott* 

Minnie Moore. 

S. Lizzie Parks. Mrs. Betterton. 

Maude M. Scroggin.tMrs. Deni. 

Lillie Sullivan. 

A. Lois Turner. Mrs. Wilcox. 

• Van Zandt.t Mrs. Scott, 
Ruby Ware.* Mrs. Searcy.* 

Pearl White. 
Lallie A. Witherspoon. 



!»»«. 



Annie H. Chambless. Mrs. Wooley. 

L. Abbie Cham! 

L. Dora Cline. 

Lula Dicker Mrs. Maxwell. 

M.Cotrk r )ickerson.'Mrs. Lee. 

Dona E. H 

Mary N. Hurt.* Mrs. Lloyd. 

M. Lily Jackson, 

A. Maude McDaniel. 

Minnie B. MoEntire. Mrs. Tribble. 



L. Aiken. 
Mira Will Brantly. '.'^ 

UieBrotherton.-rMrs. Walke 



Kale T. D^ 

■ . Dean. 
Maggie C. Evan 

M. Loulie Hardwick. 

Sallie Hodges. 

D. N( •am.t 

■ 
Pearl Lee.t 



Mrs. Polhill. 
Mrs. Morris. 



Mrs 
Mrs 



Sm'th. 
Candler. 



C. Lilian Moate. Mrs. Reeves. 

Julia P. Moate. 

Bettie B. Parker. Mrs. Davenport. 

Julia R Rtdlry 

F. Eugenia Shepp'-rd. 

E. May Swtndall. 

Fannie Teasley. Mrs. Hutcherson. 

Kate Truitt.t Mrs. Young. 

MinnieB. Wilkinson. t Mrs. Tatu 



IHW. 



Mrs. I 



Mrs. Trimble 



Ruth T. Marsh. 

Mamie C. McGehoe. 

Ada McLaughii.. Mrs Jt. it 

Anne G. Rooertson. 

S. Corinne Simril. 

M. Gladys Sims. 1 

Claire L. Smith. 

Minnie L. Smi'' 

UnaT. Sper> 

Connie V 

Minnie Wi 

M Emma W" 



Mrs. F ider. 



Mrs. Turr.ipseed. 



HUM. 



Ie M. Arnold. Mr: 
Rosa 0. Atkinson.! 
Myrtie G.Beauchamp. 

Brady.' 
U. Quie Co'. 

Lou Covin. 
Lucile Covin, t 
Mamie Zack Crockett. Mrs. Hayne-, 

Addi 

Ora A. Gri 

., O. Heard Mr,. Fields,. 



Mrs. • 

Mrs. Glanton. 



Hettie O. 
C. Walto.. 
Mattie E. Jo! 
Arizona B Liles 
F. MonVana Lile"- 

: Long, 
janie Lou McFa' 
Florence Smith. 
Lizz'e Tucker. 
Mattie E. Walcof 
Leila Winn.t 






12 



LACKANGf: FEMALE COLLI 



IHV2. 



MAIUtN NAM!.. 

Effie S. Agnew.1 
Maud L. Bailey. 
Annie F. Baxter. 
Annie E. Beli.t 
Sallie S. Boyd. 
Lady E. Boykir 
C. Lorraine B'adley.t 
Ruth Cat: | 
Clarabess Crain.t 
E. Maud I: 
Jennie F. F 
Mauj Freeman.' 
Winnie V. Hearn 
Clara B. Hodges* 
Lucia W. Hunt. 



. NAM[. 



■AMP. 

McGehec 

Mrs. . 

M ties, 

■ 
-•ambro. Bonnell L Mr. 

Fort 
Mrs. M 

T. Natt 
Edi 

M. Louise . 

M-- ' |tf. 

Matv L. Park 



F.^V^ff^J^y 



B. 1. M.— Clara N. Craves 



I H«> J. 



M Bird Baxter. 
B. Mae Brady. t 
S. Amanda Britt. 
- Bulloch. 

\ Caops. 



1 



Mrs. Bart left 



Mrs. M asofi . 



Fat,: 
Mayn 
Annie 
Dollv r 
Leila B. ' 
Nellie B. 



'Mr r . Anderson, 



Mar. 2 L. 

Mary F. I rV 

M. Lula L 

Lizzie S. L 

Fredonia R 

i M« 
Angle L W 
M. Kate M 

i- F 
Leila A. St ■ ■ 4 

Macie E : r. 
Estelle Sti *T' ■> 

M 
Jennie W 
Vela C Vv 



B Ktrkley. M. Lula Lov a . I Nettie Ward. 



IHV4 








B. Ade.Hr- 








Irma 








E. Lula I 


M. 


Radnej 




Cora L M 








Mary E '•' hell. 






Heard. 


Bessie C" :.' 






Maynard. 


Minnie 
• A 






*Hti 


Lucie M 
Man • 
Amv I 








arl W. Wh 


Mi 






J ICatte ■■ 







M. Bird Baxter. Gene M. Ci ■• 



LAGRANGE FEMALE COLLEGE. 



13 



1K05. 



MARRIED NAME. 



Mrs. Smith. 



■*A/W 



MAIDEN NAME. MARRIED NAME. 

M ■ ra L Bi uce, 

Rosa E. Callahan. 
Hunter M. Car: 

11. t 

M. Evan?: Havr 
H Eatelle Hutchescn. 
Kate Johnson, t I 
Johnson. 
Lillian Johnson. 
Annie I. Key. 

Julia M M rs - Holmes. 

Eva J. M«»hburn. 

B. I. M.- Una S. Brazell. E' ■ J. Shewmake. 
acates the B. S. degree. All A! nnae since 1880 were e r*dt»*i«i with the 
■ A. B.. unless otherwise stated. ^^^^H 
Total number ot alumnae. 66?. 



MAIDEN NAME. 

Gussie R. McCutchen. 

Birdie Meaders. 

Daisy L. M 

Clara M. Parks. 

Tallulah E. Quillian. 

Alio M. Robins. 

Mattie L. Schaub.t 

Flora R- Scale. 

Effie J Shewmake. 

Daisy C. Taylor. 

Annie C. Thrasher. 

L Kate Trimble,* Mrs. Davis. 

Lula A. Wheichel. 

N. Romania WhelcheU 

Annie F Wiggir-, 







UNDERGRADUA TES. 



Collegiate Department. 



\ 



I 



\ 





SENIOR CLASS. 




PUPIL. 




■ 


g/W» Lizzie 


Carne 


Mr. L. E. Ayers 


Moral) T . 


Wgycr 


Bailey 


Clara J 


Anlioc 


Baker. 


-Seasley, Mary E- . 


LaGra 


Mrs. 53. L Ba 


Branny, W. Bell 


North* 




Bullogm. Lula 


Bullae 


Cyphnan Bulloch. 


Callahan, Annie R 


Whiles 




Chaptlb F EsTELL: 


Atlanta 




CoOMR. Florin* D 
w ?** Stf R 


LaGrai 


J '■' 


LaGrar 


W. B 


•it H 


Frank). 


I- J W 1 


AHom C 


Fairbur 


Dr. J. T. Da.- 


-v m" 


Whiter 


Rev. A. C. Del 


ft 


'"oudbi 


Mrs. :.' ■ 


D.-ft 


BuUocI 


A. C 


XDSON, Ann 


LaGra 


J. D. Ed 


Harris. Beuna M 


Union * ■ 


C. H. Hi 


Hewbrick, M.Hblerl 
Hill. Lucy J 




AG 


Washm 


D. C 


Kino E Tallu 


Bad Hi. 




LONGINO. fetoolf 


F-iirb ( - 




Meriwether. Gussie 


SoC'alC 


Ml E. J. Mer 


r, Myra O ■ 


y Washington 


Hon. T. W. Meriwi 


Miller. Ola E 


West Po 


H. W. M 


Murpkv H; .AN HE E . «| 


.aGrang- 


G. W. M 


Murrah. L. Inez ^ 
Price. Eouke W 


intervi • 


Rev. E. G. Murrah. 


lumbis. South Carolina Mr: E. W. 1 


QuiLLIAN. HaLLIE J 


-aGrang- 


Rev. W. F. Q 


Smith Mary WttL . 
Thomson. CecewT 


Kittrells 


W. A 


Rm 


John TV 


Traylor. D. F; 


L.ovelace 


Mrs. M. F. Tr; 


Ware. Nannie . 


Matasv 


R. A. Ware. 


Whttaker. EvtLyjif 


LaOrange 


J'idpT. H. Whitaker. 


Williams. AJjF* 


Carrollton 


Rtv. A. W ' 




LaGrange 


G. W . ■..odall. 


Wright. Mn 


Banksvilie 


W 



LAGRANGE FEMALE COLLEGE. 



15 



, Lean W 

Bkadfield. Julia H 
. Mary R . 
•-. E 

Fannii M 
Cook, Etia 
Davidson. M. Carrie 

.sou. Emily C 
Edwards. Dora L 
Gannon. M. My 

May 
Griffin. BETTre M 
Leila 

ie S 
•'. ATfc 

Johnson. I 
Langfofd. Annh 

Ruby L 
WiLi.« E 

. 

OZELLA B 

LL. Allie 

Sum ta J 

Stroul. S. Alma 
ILS B 

Tuck. Coka 

L 
Venable. 0. Lillian 

'.' 
William. . Et 
Wil HTHA 



JUNIOR CLASS. 

POST OFFICE. 

Antioch 
. LaGra: 
Turin 
Lithonia 
Maysville 
Long Cane 
Long Cane 
LaGranj:e 

:■■■. ■■ , .'i|l« 

Ashburn 
in 
-.:!nplejH^^^H 

Ashburn . 

LaGranfe 

August* 

Atlanta,-; . 

Norcrflfc 

Smal^H 

■ ange . 

a Vista 

L Oak . 

. Alabama 
•e Reins 

■ander City. Alabarr 
irange 

ie Sulphur Springs 
Allans 
nev* 
ssville 

:>eJika, Alabama 
dord , . 
; : impton 



PATRON. 

J. P. Baker. 

E. R. Bradfield. 
A. S. Carmical. 

D. B. Chupp. 

W. T. Cochran. 

... . N. M. Cook. 

W. C. Davidson. 

F. M. Dickinson. 
Rev. T. S. Edwards. 

W. G. Gannon 

W. F. Gay. 

. J. P. Griffin. 

BIG. Hood 

V. B. Ingram. 

W. H. Jenkins. 

J. T. Johnson. 

Mrs. J. V. Langftrd. 

T. W. Latham. Esq. 



C. B. r 

J. 0. Scv.-ell. 

T. S. Smith. 

Capt. A. H. Smith. 

W. J. Street. 

J. L. Stroud. 

F. Tigner. 

W. R. Tuck. 

M. F. Turner. 

S. Venaoie. 

Dr. J. M. V. 

V* T Ci«nh«nc 

•* • • •— ■ 

Vk . P. W; 



Brad". Sallie C 
Candler. Bi 
Childs. Cora L 
CLFAVFLAiin, Mary Wili 
Dallis. Clara 



SOPHOMORE CLASS 
irilMJI 

; tGrange 
Metasville 

shatta. Lousiana 
aGrange 
..aGrange 



J. A. Baugh. 

Mrs. J. E. Ware. 

Mrs. P. A. Candler. 

S. W. Childs. 

L. i i:aveland. 

' W. Dallis. 















1 




■ 








'■' 
















■ 


Heap 












Hodnett. Sa ;.; II Fannie 


Long Cane 


■ 


Lanier. Laurie 


Guyton 




Law. Una 


Oiark Alabama 




McClure. H. Hortense 


LaGrange 


■' 


McGaRRAM. Eum::e 


LaCrosse 




Mann. Eva M 


Jacksonville 




Mann. Mary B 


Jacksonville 


z. ■ 


Marchman. Dana D 


Odessariale 




Sharpe. Briohtie 


Herndon 




Tomlinson. Salue B 


LaGrange 


■ ' 


Tugg: A 


LaGrange 






Han,i 
FRESHMAS CLASS. 


■ 


Marii 


LaGrange 




Bra. . Bertha E 


LaGrange 




Dickinson. Kola O 


LaGrange 




Eakes, Dora 


• on 


v 


Glabney. Pearl 


LaGrange 




Harr's Mackiie 


La Grange 




Hood. Annje Lou 


LaGrangf 




McCains Marv 


La Grange 




. 


Lt Grange 


'.• 




Clarkstoii 


• 


Moate. A. Louise 


Devercaux 




Park. Maf 


LaGrangr 




Sledge. Eloise 


La Grunge 




Stroud. M. Anita 


LaGrange. 






Mou 




Waklick. Eddie 


LaGrange 




Warwick, islam ! 


Clarkaion 


1. E. A. V. 


WlTHERSP, 


LaC range 





Bradfie;..- . Steli 
kr. Maogif 



SIH-FRESHMAS CLASS 

\ge 
LaGrange 




GRADUATES, 1896. 



»\ 



jm 



LAGRANGE FEMALb COLLEGE. 



17 



,on. Belli 

Co HA 

L 

Jui IA G 

AND. Euu 
i», Ida L 

ie Lee 



Adams 

Bass. Bissye I 
. Lula Belle 
■ 
eld. Sara 
Castles. Florence 
Clark. Mrs. Phil. 

ASS 

Culver. Dai.,-' L 
cuktr1 wt, m- 

Dallis. Ethel 
Dallis. Park 
Dunson. S. H 

Evans. Willie 
HaKGRAVC L. L 

Harcrave. Mrs. L. L 

Helen M 

Hendrix. Johi 
M Clure. Mrs. W. J. 
Marks. Helen 
Idamorr, Lizzie* 

M :,r:i.EY. BOM 
Quiluan. Sali.:e 

SCHAUB. MATTIE L 

Schoeller. M. Mai 
Shaw. Susie 
Smith. Mrs. C L 
Smith, Mrs. E. B 

•h. H. M 
Smith. Mrs. H. M 



LaGrange 

LaGrange 

LaGrange. 

West Point 
.Provence. Indian Territory 

LaGrange 

LaGrange 
.LaGrange ... 
LaGrange 

LaGrange 



M i 



L. W. Dallis. 

F. M. Dickinson. 

D. F. Edwards. 

T. J. Mallory. 

T. A. Mann. 

Mrs. E. G. Nix. 

Mrs. E. G. Nix. 

J. T. Rutland. 

J. L Schaub. 

J. M. Tomlinson. 



SPECIAL PUPILS. 

Gieenvi .e 

Devereaux 

LaGrange 

LaGrange 

LaGrange 

LaGrange 

Augusta 

LaGrange 

Sparta 

LaGrange 

LaGrange 

LaGrange 

LaGrange 

LaGrange 

LaGrange 

Franklin 

Franklin 

Franklin 
. . Atlanta 

LaGrange 
. Hot Springr,. Arkansas 

LaGrange 
Corinth 
LaGrange 
LaGrange ... 
LaGrange 
.Thomaston • 

Madison 
LaGrange 
Athens 

LaGrange .. 

LaGrange 



Mrs. J. E. Adams. 
W. A. Bass. 
. A. C. Bird. 
.... Self. 
T. S. Bradfield. 
W. M. Castles. 
Self. 
Self. 
J. L. C >i"er. 
Mrs. W. H. '- -'hi. 
G. E-Po lis. 
V. R. 'lis. 
0. A. Di'.son. 
Capt. W. S. Evans. 
Capt. W. S. Evans. 
Self. 
Self. 
Self. 
Capt. J. C. Hendrix. 
.Self. 
Self. 
j. G. Truitt. 
J. 1. Miller. 
C. A. Dunson. 
Dr. W. F. Quillian. 
J. L. Schaub. 
Mrs. Minnie Schoeller. 
Mrs. S. R. Shaw. 

Self. 

Self. 
Self. 
Self. 



•Deceased. 




18 



LAGRANGE FEMALE COLLEGE. 



Smith. Mt-:,. L. P 
Smith. Ma;: i i 
Smith. Maner 
Shratling. Julietth 
Sutton. Sarah A 
Tioner, Mattie Glenn 

TlJOOLE. O 

Tuogle. Sara 
Turner. A 
Wilson. Mcllie E 
Woods. Floren 



LaGrange 

LaGrange 

LaGrange 

LaGr. 

Dan burg 

White Sulphur J : 

LaGrange 

LaGrange 

LaGrange 

Culloden 

Boston. Massa.-nusettx 



Sell. 
Archibald 

Self. 
J. A Sutton. 
B. F. Tigner. 

Self. 

M. A. Tuggle. 

Judpe W. W. Turner. 

Self. 

Sell 



Preparatory Department 



Dalus. Eleanor 
Edwards. Bertie 
Evans. Frank 
Heard. Charlie 
Jon*~ 'eyman 
jrgie 

RUT1_» .NNIfc 

Truitt, \. 



FIFTH (ilt Al)F.. 

LaGrange 
Hogansville 
LaGrange. . . 
. LaGrange 
iGrange 
LaGrange 
LaGrange 
LaGrange 



V. E r. 

T. S. Edwards. 

Capt. W. S. Evans. 

I. S. Heard. 

Rev. A. P. J 

Mrs. N. A. Mooty. 

J. T. Rutland. 

C. V. Truitt. 



Calhoun. Hall 
Calhoun. James 
Dickinson. At ; 
Dunson. Lizzie 
Edwards. Brittain 
Edwards. Estella 
Hood. Dalus 
Lyle. Mary 
Martin. M 
Smith. Paul B 
Warlick. Chak 



/ M RTH GRADE. 

LaGrange 

LaGrange 

LaGrange 

LaGrange 

Hogan-sville 

LaGrange 

LaGrange 

LaGrange 

LaGrange 

Atnens 

LaGrange 



J. D. Calhoun. 

j. D. Calhoun. 

F. M. Dickinson. 

0. A. Dunson. 

Rev. T. S. Edwards. 

Mrs. D. F. Edwards. 

E. C. H 

M- ME. Embry. 

W. G. S. Martin. 

'. E. B. Smith. 

J. E. Warlick. 



Dallis. Lduise 
Dickinson. Pai - 
L.Et, Kara 
Warlick. Julia 
Wisdom. Dena 



THIRD GRADE. 

LaGrange 
LaGrange 
'.aGrange 
LaGrange 
LaGrange 



L. W. [ . 

F. M. Dickinson. 

Wm. Lee. 

. .J. E. Warlick. 

W. W. Wisdom. 






LAG RANGE FEMALE COLLEGE. 



19 



Brazii '■'•.' 

u. . , 
Gallagher. I 
Jones. Juelle 
Nelsjn. Lena 
Nelson. Sam 
Rutland. Bessie 
Smith. Yula May 



SECOND GRADE. 

LaGrange 

LaGrange 

LaGrange 

LaGrange 

LaGrange 

LaGrange 

LaGrange. . 

Athens 



J. H. Brazil. 

Dr. W. P. Gaffney. 

Mrs. Nannie Gallagher. 

J. E. Jones. 

Mrs. M. E. Nelson. 

Mrs. M. E. Nelson. 

J. T. Rutland. 

Prof. E. B. Smith. 



Edwards. Kate 

. Lucile 

am. Jas. Harry 
McComack. Amelie 

SlMRlL. R' HAKB 

Smith. Hallie 
Wisdom. Walter 



FIRST GRADE. 

. . Hogansville 
LaGrange 
LaGrange 
LaGrange 
LaGrange 
LaGrange 
LaGrange 



Rev.T. S. Edwards. 

J. E. Jones. 

J. W. Popham 

Mr: E. L. McComack. 

,L. M. Simril. 

Pro'. E. B. Smith. 

W. W. Wisdom. 



Ayers. Lizzie 
Baile 
Baker. Clara 

ey. Mary 
Brantly. Bell 
Bulloch. Lula 
Callahan. Annie 
Chappie. Estelle 
Cotter. Jessie 
Daniel. Josie 
Davenport. Eleanor 
DeLamar. Sallie 



Baugh, Nellie 
Brady. Sallie 
Candler. Bessie 
Childs. Cora 
Cleaveiand. Mary Will 
Dalhs. Clara 
Edwards. Maude 
Fulcher. Annie 
Gilliam. Sallie 



DOOKKEEPISO. 

Dixon. Pattie 
Dunn. Mattie Lee 
Edmundson. Annie Clyde 
Harris. Beuna 
Hendrick. Helen 
Hill. Lucy 

Taliulah 
Longino. Bessie 
Meriwether. Gusjift 
Meriwether. Myr» 
Millet a 

v. Blanche 



Murrah. Inez 
Price. Eoline 
Quillian. Hallie 
Smith. Mary Will 
Thomson. Cecelia 
Tray lor. Florence 
Ware. Nannie 

hitaker. Evelyn 
Williams. Maude 
Woodall. Mary 
Wright. Mittie 



CLASS ELOCUTION 

Gray. Lizzie 
Hardwick. W?-;^ 
Heard. Ju\^ Belle 
Hodges. R u th 
Hodhett. S^"": Fann ' <! 
Lanier, t-^rie 
Law. Una 
McClure, Hortense 
McGarrah, Eunice 



/M>n. Eva 
Ma- . Mary 
M* ihritB, I~»ana 
Powell. Mr .« 
Sharpe. Br ,htie 
mson. Sallie 
Tuggle. R 
Wood. Ha 









Avers. Lizzie 
Bailey. M 
Bealsey. M 
Dallis. El< 
Da\. 

I 
Baker. C 
Brantly. Bell 
Callahan. Annie 
Carm 
Chappie. E 
Dixon. Pattie 
Harris, Beuna 



Mary 



D-L* 
John 



Si.-iiin> 



Dav 

Fulcher. Annie, 
es, Ruth 



SPECIAL l LOCI HOIS 

I'l OAOOQY. 

■ 

■ 
■■ 

he 
Hallie 

FRENCH. 



Mar • 

Meriwether, G 
Mur: he 

'// %MAN. 

War. 

OREL k. 

STENOGRAPHY. 

F. 



;bel 



: 
■ 

v 






" 



.Music Department. 



Adams, Carrie 
Atkinson. Marie 
Bass. Bessy e 
Brady. Sallie 
Brantly, Bell 
Bulloch. Lula 
Candler. E 
Ca. 1, -e 

•'. Ila 
Cleaveiand, Ma- 
Cooper. Fiorine 
Culver. T . 



PIANO. 

■ l c ic i i 

,j x Johnnie 

Lur 

,iett. S.. Mie Fann'e 
J Li 

Jenkins, is..... 
Langford. Annii. 
l.anier. Laurie 
La* Una 
I.ongino. Bessre 
Mann, Eva 



: 

Rutland. F 
Schoeller. Mai 
Sewell. Allie 
Sharpe, Brightie 
Shaw. Susie 
Smith. Estelle 
Smith. Henrietta 
Mary Will 
r-nith. Mrs. H M. 
Smith. Mi- L. P. 
Stroud. A 






It 



LAGRANGE ! 



2\ 



I Eleanor 

Davenport, Eleanor 
Davidson. Carrie 

Oeha 
DeLamar. Sallie 
Dixon. Pattie 
Dunn. Matlie Lee 
Dunson. Lizzie 
Fulcher. Annie 
Griffin. Beitie 

rave, Mr. . L. L. 
Hardwick. Ward 
Heard. Julia Belle 

Bessy e 
Cooper. Florine 

Bailey. Morah 
Daniel. Josie 

Bradfield. Julia 

Adams. Carrie 
biddie. Theodore 
Buboch. Lula 
Cooper. Douglas 
Culver. Daisy 
Daniel. Josie 
Davidson. Carrie 
Davis. Celia- 
Eakes. Dora 
Evans. Ruth 



Mann, Mary B. 
Marks. H< 
McElroy. Ruby 
McLendon. Henrietta 
Meriwether. Myra 
Miller. Lizzie 
Miller. Ola 
Moate. Louise 
Murrah. inez 
Park. Mary 
Powell. Maggie 
Price. Eoline 
Ridley. Eleanor 

PIPE ORQAN. 

McClure. Mrs. W. J. 

QUITAR. 

H'-nd.'ick. Helen 
Price. Eoline 

MASDOUN. 

Wilson. Bertha 

VOICE CULTI'KH. 

Gannon. Myrtis 
Hardwick, Ward 
Hargravc, I 10!. L. L 
Hendrix, Johnnie 
Jonnson, Florence 
Law. Una 
McClure. Hortense 
Miller. Lizzie 
Price. Eoline 



Stroud. Anita 
Tigner. Jule 
Traylor. Florence 
Truitt. Mary 
Tuck, Cora 
Venable. Lillian 
Warwick, lslah 
Watkins. Maude 
Williams. Ethel 
Williams. Maude 
Wilson. Bertha 
Wilson. Mollie 
Wisdom, Dena 

Thomson, Ceceil* 



Spratling. Juliette 



Schot... 
Snaw .iie 
Snv Maner 
<*< -t. Saiah 

son. Cecelia 
TV gle. Orrie 
Tur ier. Lilibel 
Wi »n. B<rtha 
/i .o', Mollie 



Baugh. Nell 
Brantley. Bell 
Bulloch. Lula 
Chappie. Estelle 
Chupp. 11a 

Cleaveland. Mary W 
Cotter. Je 
Davidson. Carrie 
Davenport. Eleanor 
Davis. Celia 
DeLamar. Saliie 



QuIIH-lT ' 

SIGHTS! saiNfl AND 

Fulcher. Annie 
Gray. Lizzie 
Griffin. Bettie 
Heard. Julia Belle 
Hendrick, Helen 
Hendrix. Johnnie 
Hill. Lucy 
Hodges. Ruth 
Hood, Leila 
Ingram. Katherlne 
Johnson. Florence 



ChMUS. 

Moate. Louise 
V /rah. Inez 
P / v Mary 

Maggie 
f e. iline 

y. leanor 
Roberts. Ozella 
Smith, Henrietta 
Smith. Mrs. H. M. 
Stroud. Alma 
Thomson. Cecelia 



22 



LAG RANG I: Ft -MALE COLL: 



Dickinson, Belle 
Dickinson. Kola 
Dixon. Pattie 
Eakes. Dora 
Edwards. Maude 
Evans. Wiilie 

Adams. Carrie 
Bass. Bessye 
Castles, Florence 
Chupp. I'.a 

Cleaveland. Mary Will 
Davenport. Eleanor 
Davidson. Carrie 
Griiilr Bettie 

Adar, Carrie 
Bass, essye 
Brantly. Bell 
Cas' • Florence 

re. Phillip 
d. Mary Will 



David ;on, C*rrle 
DeLar.iar. Saliie 

Adams, Carrie 
iu, Marie 

Boddie. Theodore 
Brady. Saliie 
Bulloch, Lula 
Candler. Bessie 
Castles. Florence 
Chupp, Ha 
Cooper, Douglas 
Culver. Daisy 
Davis, Celia 
Dixon. Pattie 
Dunn. Mattie Ler 
Fulcher. Annie 
Hardwic. Wi 
Heard. Julia B< 
Hendrix, Johnn 



' rd. Annie 
Latham, Kate 
Longino. Bessie 
McCaine. Mary 
McClure, Horlense 
Meriwether. Myra 

MUSICAL HISTORY. 

Hendnck. Helen 
Hood. Leila 
Ingram. Katherine 
Landlord. Annie 
Longino. Bessie 
McClure. Hortense 
Ptlce. Eollrte 



HARMONY. 

Griffin P- 

Hargrave. Mrs. L. L. 
Hendrick Helen 
Hood. Leila 
Ingram. Katherir.e 
Johnson, Florence 
Langford, Annie 
Longino. Bessie 
McClure. Hortense 
Mciiouther. Myra 
Murrah. Inez 

THEORY. 
| Hill. Lucy 
Kjjfjjodnett. Saliie Fannie 
;• 'em. "*. Kate 

>er, u.. '« 
I »w. Una 
Longino. Bessie 
9 4ann. Eva 
Mann. Mary B. 
McEiroy. Ruby 
JUflcLendon. Henrietta 
BWiwether. Mvi 

Miiiei. Ola 
Moate, Louise 
Park. Mary 
Powell. Maggie 
Roberts. Ozella 



Tomlinson. Addie Lee 
Tomlinson, Saliie 
Traylor. Florence 
Tuck. Cora 
Turner. Alice 

Maude 

Ridley. Eleanor 
S> eller, Mai 
Smith. Mrs. E. B. 
Smith. Mrs H. M. 
Thomson. Cec< 
Traylot F nee 
W iams. Maude 



Rfice. Eoline 
Ridley, Eleanor 
Scl ellar, M.u 
Smith. Mrs. E. B. 
Smith. Mi s. H. M. 
Thomson, Cecelia 
Traylor. Florence 
Toggle, Orrie 
Williams, '■ 
Wi on, Mollie 

Rutland. Eula 

■rwell. Allie 

Mai . • B 

Shaw. Susie 

St- ..'!i. Estelle 

Henrietta 

I Mary Will 

I 

9 
Htroud. A 
T , 

Tuck. Cora 
Venable. Lillian 

War.'. 

Watkms. Maude 
Williams. Ethel 
Wilson. Bertha 



Brandy. Bell 



LAGRANGE KM ALE COLLEGE. 



WISICAL ANALYSIS. 

Cooper, Florine DeLamar, Sallie 



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Art Department. 



Gay. May 
Hendrix. Johnnie 



Bradfield. Julia 
Bradfield. Sara 



Bradfield. Julia 
Hendrix. Johnnie 
t. Lizzie 



PREPARATORY ANTIQUE CLASS. 

Latham. Kate Woods. Hattie 

McGarrah. Eunice 



ANTIQUE CLASS. 

Edmundson. Clyde 
Moseley. Bessie 



Smith. Mrs. C. L. 



STILL LIFE PAINTING CLASS. 



M 



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Bradfield. J'ilia 
Bradfield. Sara 
Edmundson. Clyde 

•eld. Sara 
Hendnck. Mrs. Helen 



Moseley. Bessie 
Moseley. Bessie 
Childs. Cora 



Bradfield. Julia 
Bradfield. Sara 



Moseley. Bessie 
Smith. Mrs. C. L. 
Smith. Mrs. H. M. 

HEAD CLASS. 

Smith. Mrs. C. L. 

SKETCH CLASS. 

Hendrix. Johnnie 



Smith. Maidle 
Tuggle, Jullltte 



Merntl. Lizzie 

CRAYON. 

Hodne't. Sallie Fannie 
Schaub. Mattie 

WATER COLORS. 

Smith. Mrs. C. L. 

PASTEL. 
Smith. Mrs. C. L. 

CHINA PAINTING. 

Smith. Mrs. C. L. 



Mo ■iley, Bessie 
Sn h. Mrs. C L. 



n 
lsc 



Mattie Glenn 



*rk 
'owe i 
"ric«. 



OUTDOOR SKETCH CLASS. 

Hendrix. Johnnie 
Moseley. Bessie 



.. C. L. 






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I AGRANGE FEMALE COLL I 



Summary 



Senior Class 
Junior Clav-. 
Sophomore Class 
Freshman Class 
Sub-Freshman Class 
Special Pupils 
Preparatory Department 

Total (no pupil counted twice) 

Elocution 

Bookkeeping 

Pedagogy 

French 

German 

Creek 

Stenography 



36 
35 



43 
39 

209 

35 

23 

II 

2 



LAHC t aetment; 

\o . 
Arithi oe Organ 

ar 
GEOQRAP. . i in 

Writihc. App 



The. ■ » 
Musica 



Ht-singing 



75 
4 
5 

20 
51 
23 
33 
51 
3 



**T DEPARTMENT 

Preparator tiqu-: 

Antique 

Still Life Paintmp 

Hea<« 

Sketch 

Crayon 

Water Color 

Pastel 

China Painting 

Outdoor Skei-rt Class 
Boarders 
Local Pueils 
States and Te«ritories Represented 



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COURSE OF STUDY. 



Primary Department. 

PMST GRADE. 

ton's Chart. Holmes's First Reader. Attention given 
articulation and punctuation. Begin with word method, after- 
wards introducing phonic and literal methods. 

Spelling. Words In reading lesson by sound and by letter. Watson's 
Script SpeMer. ■ ■■■■ 

Arithmetic. Oral instruction in four fundamental rules. Numbers 
illustrated by objects and numeral frame. 

Writing. Script work of reading lesson. Script Speller, and *y>r 

and Ainswortlis Tracing Copies. Printing words of 

lesson, on slate and blackboard. «« 

-, . Ma 

SnCOM) QRADL. 

Aoolfton 
Reading. Holmes's Second R .ier. Heart of C 

iding. Or. tal letters, emp^ 
tau. • 
Spellin... Words in reading les: >n. names ot &** 

of the week, months of the year. etc. Swi * rd Primer. 

Arithmetic. Addition, subtract! . multiplication and division. San- 
ford's Primary Arithmetic. 
GEOGRAPHY.-Oral lessons in 1 ll geograph. r, «umI points, etc.. 

1: draw ma, o< -choolhouse and 

t 0W l miliar places. 

Wr.tino. S ' I print I vork on plate and 5fd, Trac.ng 

Co} 

THIRD ORADE. 
RtMHH . Holme's Third Reader. Heart of Oak S^O^JjjJ 
ldlnf . Pauses, articulation, an, ohon.es receive 

attention. 



26 FEMALE ■ 

Spelling. Words in reader by sound and b. letter. Swinton's Word 
Primer. 

Language Lessons. -Reed's Language W 

Arithmetic. Sanford's Intermediate. 

Geocraphy. Barnes s Elementary. Map drawing and moid 

Writing.— Appleton's Model Copy Book. 

In above grades drills in object lessons, calisthenics, singing, and 
drawing. 

FOURTH ORAliE. 

R ^- " ider. Hean 'Oak Series. Vol. 

I .for supplementary reading 

Child's Health Primer, Pathfinder Series, No 1 

r. 

;dp! g. -Swinton's Word Book. 

LA*ftt e Lessons.- Reed's Language Work completed. 

Ak Sanford's Inter: 

'■ The Rand- Mc Nail, Primary Geography. Map drawing. 
Wr ■'•ppleton's Model ... 

FIFTH GRADE. 

Reading.- Monteit^ Scien Reader. Heart of Dak . ■ \ol. 
IV. for supplementary reading. 

History. — Eggleston ■ irst Book in American Hist- ry. 

SrtLUreC. — Sainton '3 ^ rd r 

Grammar !.onj?mar iry Grammar Parsing, letter 

and punctuation. 

Arithmetic. Sanfor 'ommon School Arithmetic. 

Geography. The Rai.. 'cNally Primary Geography completed. Map 
drawing. 

Writing. Mod- ,opy Book. 

In above g; . drills in pnonics. calisthenics, singing, and drawing. 



LAGRANGE 1-hMAU: C< LLBGD. 



n 



INTBR M EDI A TE CLASSES. 

SIXTH GRADE. 

INC. Word Book 
Reading. Fifth Reader. Supplemental reading 
Grammar. -School Grammar 
Mathematics. Common School Arithn ;tic 
Natural S ;ience. Common School G- ography 
Vocal Music. New First Music Reader. . .. .•. 
Penman.: IIP. Model Copy Book 

seventh a taps. 

Spelling. W*rd Book 

History. ■ United States History 

Grammar.— School Grammar 

< Standard Arithmeti 
"( Elements of Algcb a 

Natural Science.- - Common Sch< eograpf v 

Latin. Easy Latin Method 

Vocal Music. - New First Music R-? Igrvjj 

Penmanship. Model Copy Book 



Mathematics 



Swinton. 

Holmes. 

Longman. 

Sanfonl. 

Frye. 

Mason. 

Appleton. 

Swinton. 




Collegiate De/xtrtmeg. 



MESH MAN CLASS. 

[ Word ! Mora 
LANGUAGE ^ School jmposltton. | 

HISTORY. History of "gland 
MATHEMATICS. Hife >chool Algell 

t common S hool | 
NATURAL SCIENCE Map drawing! 

( Popular ZooW^HI 

LATIN. Easy Latin Method completed 

AL MUSIC New First Musi. Read* r 
PENMANSHIP. Model Copy B.ok 




Reed 
Longman. 

. . Dickem.. 

Milne. 



raphy reviewed. 



Frye. 
Steele. 

Harkness. 

Mason. 

Appleton. 



■ 
V/ill 



28 

SOPHOMORE CLASS. 

I w 

LANGUAGE Elocull 

( Composition and Rhetoric 

HISTORY Mythology 

, MATHEMATICS ' Al * ebra M n ne 

( Geometry (four book.. , Wentworrh! 

'^TURAL SCIENCE \ **™\ Wood 

i Physiology and I . Smi(h 

LATIN First Latin Reading a 

n.eaamgs Arrowsmith 

VOCAL MUSIC New Second Music R- 

PENMANSHIP 



I 






JUVIOK CLASS. 

V.UAGE. Rhetorical Composition 
fcviTORY General History 
kEAr.::* -;,_ Selection 

MORAL SCIENCE « J*»J« G. M. . I 

< Bible Outline.. 

MATHEMATICS .1 $ eom etrv (completed) w , „tv rth 

| Trigonometry V/ 

NATURAL SCIENCE -< Na,ural Phlioso 

I Physical Geogr M ' 

< Virgil- Aenaid (two books) 
LATIN -; Horace -Ode* 'j** 

( Prose Composition Part II 

VOCAL MUSIC. N»w Third Music Re, 

PENMANSHIP 

OPTIONAL STUD* Fr,n h. German , | , 

II MOR CLASS. 

LANGUAGE ( Enp ' araCrT* : >gg and Reed 

^ * re 

-.- Hi; 

READING S ,ons. 



Anthon. 
kness, 

Mason. 

Appleton. 










ST.DffiNTIN n NIFORM. 



LAGRANGE EEMAl.E COLLEGE. 



29 



( Logic . Jevons-Hill. 

MENIAL SCIENCE Political Economy and Civil Government. 

Baldwin. 



( Psychology 

..«oai cnc-Mrc < Christian Evidence 
MORAL SCIENCE , Outlines of the Bible 

I..TUCU4TIPC ' Analytical Geometry 

MATHEMATICS ( BookkeeDing 

^ Astronomy 
NATURAL SCIENCE Geology 
( Chemistry 



Fisher. 

G. M. Stee'e. 

Wentwor'h 
Williams and Roger. 

St< s. 

Ste le. 
Willi? -ns. 



i )pleton. 



< Horace -Satires and Epistles 
LATIN Tacitus— Germania or Agricola 

( Prose Composition — Fart !l. completed 

VOCAL MUSIC. New Fourth Music Reader 

PENMANSHIP 

OPTIONAL STUDIES. French. German, and Greek. * 

In each of the above classes compositions, phonic drills, anT physical 
culture. 

TEACHERS' CLASS. 

School Management 

m u „ Brooks. 

Nopmal Methods . 

Methods of Teaching 

Shaw 
School-room Devices 

Normal Drawing and Sight- si 




■ 

Music Department. 

THIS DEPARTMENT offer, a thorough «*. 
1 mental music, theory, and musical history 
have had advantages of the best conservator, 
nently qualified for their respective position... 

are those used by the best instructors of Amen con . 

^rvatories. Monthly recitals, in which pupils „ 
are held in the Home Chan-I At these recit 
department criticises the tone, touch, position, ,„ :nera | 

of the performer, and pupils are traine .j for con . 

''- lnvi»c attention to the graded courses below. The 
mplete a course will be doten 
i attainments and by the rate of progress as dependent on 
and industry. 

It is bESiRED that all pupil* Uking the court in voice culture, piano. 
or pipe ergan. should take the courses in the ry 
they are deemed essential to an intelligent compn work 

Piano a i voice pupils must continue theory til : three gi 

are und< rstood. A new feature in this depart • 
piano^fliasses Pupils in and above the fourth gra I. 

tier every Wednesday for a urill in sight r. ading. Ev 
pupil has the advantage of Earning to read ordinary music at sight. 
The course in theory has been extendi this year by the addition to 
the fifth grade of Goodrich's Musical Analysi - nga 

year's study 

THEORY 

Under theory Is notation, thorou*: harmony, double 

chants, etwrats, *i«J h Theory is Kef in advana :ution 

that each step may be in; Jflgently taken, and thus greater pi , 
attained. The course jr. theory will compare fav r ibly with that of the 
best conservatories, and instruction is frfe to pupil? in piano and voice 
culture 

The Course of Study in Theory. 
First Grade. 

Palmer's Theory of Music. Part I. 
Notation and rudimentary principles. 
Written Exerehwa. 



. A' 



31 



Second (irade. 
Palmer's Theory. Pari II. 
Major, minor, and chromatic scales. 

Written exercises. 

Third (irade. 

Palmer's Theory completed and reviewed. 
Thorougii b I ■'•'< i!< ; t-xercises. 

Fourth (irade. 
ry's Elements of Harmony to Lesson 43. 
Additional Ex-rc. 

Fifth Grade. 
Emery's Elements of Harmony completed and reviewed. 
Double Chants. Chorals. Harmonizing melodies. Acoustics. 
Richter's Additional Exern 
Goodrich's Musical Analysis. 

MUSICAL HISTORY. 
iccesi to a library containing the best musical books 
|„ the 1 «rth, fifth, and sixth grades, pupils are required 
, .hies of the masters, and other musical literature. 

Course of Study in Musical History. 
I irst Year. 

. • , ry (Fillmore,. Reviewed with original 

OUtli: 

Second Year. 

The Great Tone-Poets (Crowes.,. Biographical sketch of each 

cornp 

PIANO. 

, irti cular attention is paid to technic ^o-J^ «~ ^ 

. t -nrrort nosition and touch, pupils are nrsi 

„ M1 , h e „„, .n,., o - «- ^° ^ „ eiibimy rap|d „ y 

taugnt to piay Movijr. wu.ii Pnnikwho 

• a , hi th» rl^ired tempo is reached, rupnswnu 
of execution is acquired til! the desirea temp 

The weekly prima vista classes are free to P P 

fourth grade piano ,.„,„» iC ate or diploma unless she has 

No pupil will recetvejM "£«£•£ ^ for one yea r. 
lied in this institution each of the requ.rea 



Course of Study in Piano. 

lirsl (iradv. 

Ko- I. I. 

Scales and finger • xercises. 
Selected solos. 

Second (trade. 

Koehler. op. 249. Vol II. Duvernoy. op. 120. 
Major and hat iles. 

iected solos. 

Third (irade. 
er. op. 249. Vol. Ill p. 45. Schumann, op. 68. 

,or, melodic, and mixed minor, and chromatic scales. 
.elected solos. 

Fourth Grade. 
Czerny, op. 299. Turner, op. 28. H 47. Loeschorn. op. 66. 

Lebert and Stark's Piano School, Part II 
Che in's Valses. Mozart's and dementi's Sonatas 
St js continued. 
Soios by Kuhiau. Liszt. Bendel. Schubert. Schulhoff. etc. 

fifth (irade 
Crame ' j0 Selected Studies. Kullak's 8va. Stud 
Leb^r' nd Stark's Piano School. Part 111. 
Mend iohn's Songs without Words. Chopin's Polonaises. 
Clem "s Gradus ad Parnassum. Beethoven's Son ll 
Seal „c tinued. 
Soico by aff. Haydn. Henselt, Schubert venka, Moszkowski. 

Sixth (Irade. 
Moscheles, op. 70. Kullak's 8va. Studies. 
Bach's Inventions. Beethoven's Sonat 
Scales conti. ued. 
Soios by Liszi. Weber Wagner, Chopin. Rubenstein, etc. 

Olid 1 1 

Instruction nn t ayy jipe organ will be given by a graduate of th- 

England Conservato^ Cabin taught Those completing this 

course will be w " ed to take charge and church n 

C rse of Study in Pipe Organ. 

Stainer's Pedal tudies. Whitings Organ Studies. Books 1 ., II. 
Whiting's Preludes and Postludes. Bk I. Rink's Postludes, Bks. I. V. 
Best's Pieces for Church Use. Bks. I VI 
Art of accompar ing. Hymns, ancient and modern. 

k's Mote*' . Bks. I . II Best's Concert Pieces. Bks I VI 
Mendelssohr >onatas. Bach's Preludes and Fugues. Vols. I., II., III. 
Best's Arrang nen's f rom Scores. Eddy's Organ in Church. Vols. I. II. 
Eddy and Gle ;on's Church and Concert Or.-. 




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LAGRANGE FEMALE COLLEGE. 33 

viou.\. 
ight by the most approved methods. The course 

ts of scales, finger exercises, correct bowing, etc.; Hen- 

Fessenden's. and Schuberth's Studies, ensemble playing with 

; ,. etc., from best composers. Instruction 

on th< . n i mandolin will also be given by a competent teacher. 

Pupils furnish their own instruments. 

sHitir-si.xaiya. 

This is a prominent feature of the institution. Every pupil in the 

collegiate department has the advantage of a thorough course in vocal 

music, enabling her, without the aid of an instrument, to sing ordinary 

at sight. Pupils taking this course in sight-singing make more 

rapid and intelligent progress in voice culture as well as in instrumental 

music. We believe that pupils possessing the power of speech and an 

on of melody may Itarn to sing ordinary music intelligently. 

The aim of this department is to develop among our pupils a musical 

and ability. Sight-singing, fundamental principles, glees, church 

music, choruses, as well as harmony, are taught daily. The musical 

> >r with the sight-singing classes usually gives a cantata or light 

opera each commencement. 

Course of Study in Sight-Singing. 
First tirade. 
kboard .vork. New First Music Reader (Mason). 
tation Major, minor, and chromatic scales. 
Ear-training. Dril rvals. Selected glees. Writ' >ses. 

Second tirade. 
Now Second Music Reader (Mason). 
Review of rudiments. Written exercises. 
Selected glees and choruses. 

Third Grade. 
I Third Music Read- r fM«W*>)- 
Drills in chord singing. Selected choruses. 

Fourth tirade. 
New Fourth Music Reader ( Mason and Veasie). 
Church music, including hymnology. 
Choruses selected from standard operas and oratorios. 
For the benefit of pupils In Junior and Senior classes who cannot 
take full sight-singing, a special shorter course has been ar- 

tists of blackboard work. MH in notation^ «****> 
with written exe:cise, Independent Music Reader 
(Mason, and Crown of Song (Leslie) are the text-books. 



34 LAGRANGE F! MALI- I 



VOICE CULTURE. 

Only experienced instructors of broad mu: 
ployed in this department. The teachers arc graduate ilea's 

best conservatories of music. The cenuine Old Italian method Is used. 
Since correct breathing Is the basis of good tone, as well as good health. 
breathing exercises are given throughout the course. Noise and 
"forced" tones do not constitute singing. Pupils do in t I- am. parrot- 
like, a few songs the musical thought of which neither pupil nor teacher 
comprehends; but their voices are properly trained and developed. 
Iiotruction is given in vocal physiology, tone production, true mu 
conception, and orthoepy as relating to singing as well as speaking 
This course fits pupils for solo singing in concert and church, and for 
teaching voice culture properly. At the d of the teacher, 

pupils are allowed to sing in public. Female quartets are organized 
and drilled when voices are found adapted to such work. 

Pupils completing the first year in sight sing. nusical history 

the fourth grade in theory and voice culture, will receive a certificate 
in voice culture. Those completing the course insight-singing, musical 
hLtory. theory, and voice culture, will receive a diploma. 

No pupil will receive a certificate or diploma unless she has 
studied in this institution each of the required branches for at least one 
year. 

Course of Study in Voice Culture. 

Fifth Grade. 

Emerson's Vocal Method. Bonaldi's Studies. 
Breathing exercises. Vocal physiology. 
Setting the voice. Exercises adaj ted to individual. 
Diatonic scale, slow tempo, using vocal adapted to j upll. 
iccted solos. 

Second tirade. 

Marchesi, op. I. Concone's 50 Lessons Bordofnis 24 Vocalist 
Breathing exercises. Slow trill. Blending 
Study of vowel and consonant sounds In 
Selected songs and ballads. 

Third tirade. 

Marchesi. op. I. Vaccai's Italian Method. Concone's 25 I 
Breathing exercises. Trill Italian melody. 
Study of vowel and -onsonant sounds In I tall 
Selected arias and English songs. 



LA CHANGE FEMALE COLLEGE. 35 



Fourth tirade. 

Marchesi, op. 2 1 . Panofka, op. 81 . Bordogni's 36 Vocalises. Bks. I., II. 
Breathing exercises. Expression and phrasing. 
Study of arias continued. Concert singing. 
Selections from oratorio and English songs. 

Fifth Grade. 

Lamperti's Studies. Bordognis 36 Vocalises. Bk. I II. Marchesi. op. 15. 

Breathing exercises. Expression and phrasing. 
Dramatic accent. Concert singing. 
Study of aria, recitative, and cavatina. 
Operatic selections in English and Italian. 

Art Department. 



P 



N ARTIST of ability and experience is in charge of this depart- 
ment M uch work is done from nature and objects, and free-hand 
drawing is required. Pupils are taught not mere copying, but true art; 
hence their work has a life in it often wanting where only colored prints 
are used The studio is fitted up with casts, studies, etc. There will 
be models to pose in the Head and Sketch classes. This department 
unsurpassed advantages in oil and crayon porlra,t»re The Art 
Hall is commodious, well lighted, and admirably adapted to its uses. 
Course of Study in Art Department. 

„__ i Preparatory Antique , Q ear in eac h class. 
DRAWING CLASSES ) Art ; que j une y 

d ,,mt,m- riA«sasf* ,M }'!!! ' Two years in each class. 
I TING CLA^btb , Head C | ass i » 

SKETCH CLASS. 

All pupils except Preparatory Class are required to draw in the 
Sketch Class. Two criticisms a week are r«£ £d In *££ 

Pupils wishing to enter the Antique and Still L fe C h~ .must 
submit a cast drawing for examination. To enter the Head CltK a 
submit a cast drawing o examination required 

drawing of the head from life is required. 

crayo... pencil, and pen and .£ Ou do ^ ^ ^^ 

for fall and spring study. No charg the 
sketch class to pupils in the other classes, 
courses in drawing and painting will receive a d.ploma. 



36 LAGRANG 

Industrial Department. 

A 
dressmaking 

■ 

'jt Stenography and 
i 

given in p 

A k n 
cost. 

Remarks on Course of Stud\. 
OPTIONAL si! DIBS. 

All opi 

/painting. French. G 
as little a^ | lbl< ■_■■■■ 
commenced an op; 
of the faculty, given H 
Pupils ii, 

SPECIAL STUDIES. 

Pupil . V 

These ma 

class-stano 

pupils 

/ LOCI tuts. 

Graduates or i 

plete special stu lie I ' : Sue 

will ben 

pupils boarding In 

boar - ,1s. 

//. iCHER'S CLASS. 

Class elocution 
special .eodrse In 
had superior adva < '"^^^fa 

Thi;, department .-. •!» 




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■1H_I 



36 



lagrangj 



Indus i rial Department. 



7~ US depai I 
Includes 1 

>graphy. 

A compete tai 

dressmaking 

dresses Instruction 

• Stenograph , 

I 
given in pun :tuat 

A know' 

cost. 



Remarks on Course of Study, 



OPTIONAL STUDIES. 

f\ i ! lal studie 

/painting, French. German, to interl 

• 
rtmanced it 

of the fa 
Pupils in 

SPECIAL STUDIES. 

PupiL wl 

These m a the rp to I 

class-stanaiii f ; a ma 

pupils. 

ELOCUTION. 

Graduates 01 

plete special stu lies, or to ' 

will be re 

cate of pr-v 

pupils boarding in : 

boarding ; .. 

// ICHER'S CI ASS. , „ 

Clas:. • Kupils di i 

special Course in • 

had idva 

This depat' met • )|H 



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, a ( IRA NCI I l.MALE COLLEGE. 37 

cess(l , . Instruction is given to actual as well as prospective 

teachers Member ol the teacher's class visit the different recttahon 
rooms, and see the methods taught put Into practice. To those in- 
ter d^g to teach, no Instruction is so valuable as the model of a skll - 
Jul experienced teacher. Of the one hundred and thirty -four pupils 
h„ haV e taken this course, a majority have been engaged in success- 
Those who attain to proficiency in this course wiil recerve 

teacher's certificates. 

BOOKKBBPINO. 

Double entry, commercial law. and business correspondence are 

Ul 2 This study is no. optional, but is required of all members of 

^«aduISn K class. Girls should have a practical business educatio m 

Man lu cfatlve and honorable positions are open to women qual.f.ed to 

^nem tides, every housekeeper should know ho* M .keep ^ • 

CGiVGCi 

STUDY AND RECREATION. 

recitation. Short, stated interv ^ ^^ tQ 

PHYSICAL CULTURE. 

,arydriUS STUDIES OF BOARDERS 

STUUies "T boarding pupils study 

, n addition to the study *'«* «TJ ^ y teache , No desul- 
terc and a half hours after te.«nderjh e 3 ^ ^ ^ 

tory r aimless study ^^^s regimen, pupi, rm habits 
superior advantages. Under sucn ,u ^ boar iers stand 

of earnest and intelligent application, and, 
among the foremost of the school. 

"^fofat^he literary department. 
SKSSeS^ Orlate. The classical course 



Thet 

viz. 



LAGRANGE FBMA 

embrace, th- curriculum. The scientific com 

as the class./. .«> Latin excepted. The post-graduate course embraces 
advanced stu ' s in language, science, and mathematics. Pupiismust 
complete or if these courses in order to graduate. We intend that 
our dtplonv shall mean something 

EXAMINATIONS AM) REPORTS. 

There will je monthly written etcaminati >n: un lei uch regulations 
as to afford a just criterion of the scholar hip of each pupil. Each of 
the examination papers thus produced i graded according tc it 
lence ; and, fro.n the ave> id records of daily i 

tation. the standing of the pupil is obtained. At the end of each term 
(three months), a report of pupil's standing in their studies, attenda 
and deportment will be sent to patrons 

CLASS DISTINCTIONS. 

Some memb- Senior class will be appointed to represent the 

class on Commencement Day. The Faculty res 'ight to decide 

the number of appointees and what parts shall be assigned to each, 

In the Junior class, the twelve young ladies having the highest class 
standing will be appointed to read original essays during commence 
ment. To compete for a reader's place In the Junior class, the pupil 
must enter college during the first lour weeks of the session, pursue all 
the studies of the classical or scientific course, and stand all I 
examinations. When a branch has been previously studied else- 
where, and the pupil giv- e satisfactory evidence of proficiency In 
same, she may be excused from daiiy recitations, but must stand the 
class examinations in that branch. 

In the Sophomore cl ten young ladies who excel in elocution 

will be appointed to recite during commencement. To compete for a 
reel: •■• pupil B1 been a member o f tne class 

less than three scholastic monti time of appointment, 

and must have been pursuing all the studies of the classical or scientific 
course. 

No medals are awarded, and no "honors" are conferred. 

DEGREES . 

Degrees will be given a : I. To those completing the 

classical course, the degree A. B. 2. To those completing the scien- 
tific course, the degree B. S. 3. To those completing the post-grad- 
uate course, the degree A.M. 



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39 



EXPENSES. 

HA7M IHK SOMOLAKTU YBAH. 



Preparatory Department. 

First. Second, and Third grades 
Fourth and Fifth grades 

Collegiate Department. 

Sixth and seventh grades 
Freshman da 
Other classes 

Diploma (literary or music) 
Certifi rate (music) 

Library fee (due each session, on entrance) 
Music Department. 
Instruction on piano or organ 
Voice culture (single pupil) 
Voice culture (in class of two or more) each 
Sight-singing 

In, guitar or mandolin 
Use of piano one hour to one and a half hours per day 
Use of piano each additional hour per dav 
Use of | I 'upils in double music, two hours per day . 

Use of pipe organ (including hire of organ blower) 

Art Department. 
Drawing (pencil, charcoal, or crayon) 
Crayon portraiture, pastel, or china parting 

Oil painting 

Special Studies. 

Special elocution (single pupil 1 

Special elocution (in class) 

Special harmony 

Dressmaking 

Typewriting (with use of instrument) 

Stenography 

Special penmanship (for the course) 



Board, laundry, lights, and fuel 
Board, laundry, and literary tuition ( 



above Freshman class) 



$ 20 00 


30 00 


35 00 


45 00 


54 00 


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40 LAGh'ANGl fBMAU. i 

Pupils desiring to take music, art. or special studies, in addition to 
the literary course, can find out cost of same by adding rates as speci- 
fied on preceding page. Our facilities for teaching are co; lantly being 
improved. We furnish a thorough collegiate education at lower rates 
than is usually charged in institutions of similar grade. Notice that 
theory, class harmony, musical history, bookkeeping, cia s elocution, 
and physical culture are taught free of charge. 

STIPULATIONS. 

All the above charges for board and tuition are required t ibe pi id or 
satisfactorily si^ur^d one-third cash, one-third December 9. one third 
March 10. New pupils are charged from the time of entrance to 
close oi term. Former pupils, returning after the term has opened, 
are charged tuition for the whole term if carried on with the same 
class. No deduction will be made for absence during the first 
or the last three weeks of the session. No refunding of money paid 
for board or tuition unless serious illness compels the pupil to be absent 
two or more successive weeks. No charge for literary tuition i n 
against daughters of clergymen living by the h 
ail dues to be settled before class distinctions, diplomas, or certificates 
are granted. 

. 'Books, sheet music, stationery, and art materials are sold for 
cash. !T arders. on entering, should deposit money to pay for these 
articles 

TERMS ASl) \ACATIO\. 
The collegiate year is one continuous session, beginning the third 
Wednesday in September and ending the first Wednesday in June. It 
is divided into three terms; namely. Fall. Winter, and Spring. The 
Fall Term begins September 16. 1896; the Winter Term begins 
December 9, 1696 . A g Term begin:. M;;r,:h 10, IS97. ■ 

ends June 2. 1897, which is Commencement Day. 



GENERAL INFORMATION. 



location: 

I AGRANGE miles southwest of Atlanta, on the At- 

l^ md West Point and the Macon and Birmingham railroads. 

ted upon a high, rolling country, above the Pine Mountain 

beautiful gardens of flowers, its elegant 

and »he general culture of its citizens. Trn r generous 

efforts in establishing schools and colleges. LaGra^ge has long been 

famed as an educational center. 

HEALTHFUL.SESS. 

The heaKhfutness of LaGrange is proverbial, i he elevated, undu- 

mni , grounding country causes a natural drainage; 

no sickness arising from malaria. Pupils can here 

a semi-tropical climate, lacking the extreme cold of higher 

:1es. and the . beat of places less eleva' 

SITIATIOS 

The college occupies a most magnificent sit. eight hundred feet 

abov* sea level. College Hill is one hundred and th-ee feet higher 

than railroad depot, affording a commanding view of surrounding 

count- ng situated one half-mile from business cente, ,. town. 

the c : a quLt. beautiiu, retreat, where teachers ai.J pupils 

,her and constitute one family. The late Dr. Sears sa.d of 

td traveled extensively in Europe and America, 

„ he had never seen one equal to this 

i adaptat 

THE OROUSDS 

: , beautiful by nature, are diversified 
rtH, and gardens, h these shady walks and quiet 

Mnd healthful outdoor exercise and pleasant 

THE BU.UHSOS. 

The main buildings a. , College Home In 1856. 

rtv was sold to the North Georgia Conference for $60 00* 
and manv improv tve since been made. A large we on the 

.remises and I vater-worfc. furnish an abundant «***££ 

The Coll., Allege Home are lighted with the best Edaonelec 

trie lign: 



42 LAGRANGE FEMALE t 

THL COLLIJtl 

Is built of brie' ami granite, and covered with tin. n 

It is 60 bv I. i feet, two stories high at one end an 

The first floor contains recitation i divided 

crossing each other at the center, thereby affording . 

On the second 'loor are located the chapel, and a , 

ment of music rooms convenient to th- and adn 

for instruction a< d practice Art and 

THE COLLLOL CHAI'LL. 
The Cha| 60 by 100 feet. v. 

It is beautifully lighted by large w 
has been pronounced by distinguished visitors, 
hall in the State 

COLLLOI: HO HI 
College Home is located one hui.d- 
which it is connrcted by a brick walk. From the roof of th; 
water flow., towards ali point:, of I With 

recently ma , Mains Home Cha| 

and rooms for one hundred and twenty five boa 
a hall running the entire length ol the building I 

med by three broad stairways. Th- 
f' square, with dooi 

re windows receiving air and sir 
are thoroughly ventilated, having open grates, windows wit! 
and doers with reversible transoms The I 
protection against the extren.es of heat and co.d. a 
their rooms comfortable in ev- 
arrangements it is not strange that Coh- 
forty yean-, a health record unsurpassed in the South 

.'.AURA HAYCiOOl) WITHAM LOW II M). 
Wm. S Witham. of Atlanta. Ga has donated $10 
fund, the interest on the sam- -d f or ea 

This fund is already in op- ; aing ladi 

its benefits during the pa:.' Already th 

for aid from the fund during the com in) 
Will not some friend of Christian education 
to meet these pressing demand 

^"Circulars givi nation concerning this fund and conditions 

in which loans an >.ill be furnished on application. 



LAGRANGE FEMALE COLLEGE. 43 



UHK\K\. 
Many valuabl >odicals have recently been added to 

the Libi i Among the I . of reference, pupils . ive ace 

is, and five unabridged dictionaries. Attention will 

• . building up the Library, which is a valuable aid in acquiring 

- y or books contributed will be gratefully 

mSWUMBNTMJnk 

d with physical and chemical rparatus. new 

and maps, a fine microscope, a good mineral collection. Adam's 

Chronological Chart. Yaggy's Gsojra ihicai and Aferonomical Charts, 

Graham ad Billing's Anatomical Ch:<rt and an electric clock (The 

running the various daily progr, ■■ 

LITi£H\RV SOCIETIES. 

and Mezzofantian Societies are accomplishing much for 
the College. The societies meet in their respective halls each Satur- 
day forenoon. Thi ' »es consist of • 'at ions, debates. 

essay 

ALUMNAE. 

The. Aiv »3 ld an annual meeting during com- 

Bt to revive the associations of the past, and contribut to 
of their Alma M 

/ MFORM. 

For the sake of economy, anu to prevent any discontent arising from 

ritv m dress, w> hav adopted a unitorm. This will be worn on 

and on such occasions as the Lady Principal may prescribe. 

;njform , k of Oxford cap and gown of black lustrine, will 

bed at a cost not exceeding $8.00. Each pupil must procure 

miforai within three weeks after she enters college. Each young 

lady should have a biack * «*=* * * * ear with uni,orm j 

day wear no uniform is required, but parents are requested 

daughters plainly. Pupils must wear uniform dur.ng 

commencement except on the stage, when pla.n wh.te dresses 

mu rn. 

ATTENDANCE. 

, , school is a business. Absence of one day each week i. a 
i twenty per cent. What business can sustain such loss and 
prosper ? Patrons should co-operate in securing the prompt and regu- 
lar attendance of pupils. 



42 LAGRANGE FEMALE COLLEGE. 

THL VOLUME 

Is built of br granite, ai red with tii 

li is 60 by i . s high at 

The fir;- Mains recital. rts. and is divided by wide 

crossing each other at the 

On the second ' loor are local- and a 

nient of music room;, convenient to trv 

for instruction a' Art and i 

I HI CO/ / 1 1,1 LtUI'l I . 

The Chapel ; - 

It is beautifully lighted by laty 

has been pronounced by a , 

hall in the State 

COLLI <il HOW. 

College Horn- ne hund- 

which it is connected by a brick w» 
water flows towards an point::, of th- >mj . s With 
recently made, this Home contain] 

and rooms for one hundred and twenty five boarder. 1 . Each 
a hall running th- 

•hed by three broad stairways The 
U square, with doors opening into tr.- 
i At windows receiving air and sui 
are thoroughly ventilated, hav , pal 

and doers with reversible tram the wall; 

protection against the extremes of heat 
their rooms comfortable b With our 

arrangement , 

forty years, a health record unsurpa- 

LAIR A MAVnOQB WmUM LOAS fl \it. 

Wm ? Witham. of Atlanta. Ga . ] 

fund, the interest d fored.. 

This fund i r already in operation, several young ladies having 
its benefits during 

for aid from the fund during the com in) . 

Will not some friend of C' Jucation make a loan or don. 

to meet these pressing demand 

Circulars giv, , it erning this fund and 

in which loans are made, will be furnished on application. 



LAGRANGE FEMALE COLLEGE. 43 



LIBRARY. 

ihnMe books and periodicals have recently been added to 

the Library. of reference, pupils , lve access to 

is, and five unabridged dictionaries. Attention will 

the Library, which is a valuable aid in acquiring 

r books c i Will be gratefully 

INSTUVMENTAUnES. 

i with physical and chemical rparatus. new 

■:■.. a fi.ie mic- - good miners p. Adam's 

Chronological Chart. Yaggy's G ai and Agronomical Charts. 

Graham a- d Billing's A-atomical Chart, and "an electric clock (The 

ling the variou 

LITiiRARY SOCIETII U 

jh, ■ Bofajtfian Societies are accomplishing much for 

their respective fialls each Satur- 
day forenoon. T!: ' 'ations. debates. 

ALVMMAB. 

Tn . : a:i annual meeting during com - 

f the past, and contribute to 
'heir Alma M . 

I MIORM. 
F r the sake of economy, and to prevent any discontent arising from 
disp; ress, we have adopted a uniform. This will be worn on 

I ions as the Lady Principal may prescribe. 

Th* -onsisting of Oxford cap and gown of black lustrine, will 

b- furnished at a cost not exceeding $8.00. Each pupil must procure 

mtform within three weeks after she enters college. Each young 

lad; should have ,. <n wear with un.form. 

, day wear no uniform Is required, but parents are requested 

; daughters plainly. Pupils must wear uniform dur.ng 

commencement except on the stage, when pla.n white dresses 

mu rn. 

ATTENDANCE. 

Going to school is a business Absence of one day each week ,s a 
loss of twenty per cent. What business can sustain such loss and 
per ? Patrons should co-operate in securing the prompt and regu- 
lar attendance of pupils 



44 



\/ ITNESS 4N/> (tKIH.K. 

f the young ladies, in 1 

"ling, and ; 
daily, and taken oi . . 

nOQAL KND REUQiOVS iDVASTAQES 

■ ...' ■ 
pup . .... Su 

day mor « 

nate. Bible l-ssont 

->• M». 

during the pa 
of the chui 

Ml: XL IH. 

ing pupils The . 
pupils a lifelcig study The slighl 
in serious cases the best 
nurses are provided. Ch 

TREATMENT RESTS WIT1 

tcrupulou 

>n ■ ecs ■ ■ • 

than when they e; I 

DOMESTIC 4KK*\ni »i/ \/.s. 
The sleeping apartments of 1 
four inmates. B washstands. tat 

are furnished by the College 
covers, pillow 
a gossamer, and overshoes. 

thf oovems \u M 

Is n taught 1 elf and otl 

at a. it propriety and i 

pupils ana tea Invited and secured. Such ai. 

is thus obtaine I gid discipline rarely nece.^ 

QBFEKENCBS. 

We refer to a Inquire of them wfv 

logue is a fair and whw 




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LAGRANGI FEMALE COLLEGE. 45 



Regulations for Boarding Pupils. 

PUPILS MUST 

Wear the College uniform. 
Meet visitors only in reception room. 
Contract no debts at stores or else -"e. 
Pay for damage done to College pro* 
Promptly report si.kiess to Lady Prim, 
Arrange room before leaving in the morn, 

• ue no study without permission of iW 
I mptly obey rising, frayer. study, retiring. » '. school bells. 
(Deserve the Sabbath, and attend Sunday-school and church. 

PUPILS MUST NOT 

Spend the night out of the College. 
Communicate with voung gentlemen. 
Sit in windows, throw or converse therefrom. 
Leave grounds without permission and escort. 

i or receive anything by means of day pupils. 
Visit sick or exchange rooms, without permission. 
Borrow money, jewelry, or dothl ig from each other. 
Receive visits from day pupils or others without perm.ssion. 
Leave pianos open, or visit music and art rooms without permiss.on. 

TEN REASONS 

Why girls should attend the LaGrange Female College:- 
/ location Half-mile from business center. Beautiful and retired. 
I Health -Good water. Elevated, undulating country; no malar.a. 

3 Boarding.-?^ and teachers board together in College Home. 

4 Faculty. Trained, progressive. Engaged exclusively in teaching. 

5 literary Course. -Well-graded. Best books and methods. 

6. Music. -Unexcelled. Voice culture a specialty. Sight-singing da.ly. 

7 Art Exceptionably fine advantages. 

H Teacher's Class.- -Thorough course in me.nodsand management. 

9 Bookkeeping. Taught free in regular course. 

10. Expenses. Reasonable rates. No incidentals. 



46 LAGRAN OLLEGl 



TO PATRO.SS. 

When yoi' *ter a pupil, it Is clearly implied tint you ul 

all the cond herein contained. Pupils are ted to observe 

the rules pr ed, and patrons should not ask u : ; rmit 4 violation 

of the same 

Discotirag its home, since such absences impair |p ar ,<j 

class standing When necessarlir pupils to go home, patroi.s should 
communicate Erectly withjpEfiresident. T President reserves 

THE RICHT TO REFUSE A' QUESTS FOR PI.; rO VISIT iN 

or elsewhere duri» - ■ session. Pupil ild not remain 

commencement, fte. from College restrict ion: Such a coursi 
usually damaging. Parents, consider the -rests of your chi: ■ 
and do not allow it. The association of College liome. together 
the musical and literary entertainments given, afford as mai 
advantages as are best for them while at ! hool. Pupils are not aii 
to receive visitors, except in rare esses, and then at the discreti 
the President. 

Write your children encouraging lettei 
made, write us promptly. If your daug'i; i 
cared for ; if seriously ill. you will be promptly notified. 
record of the College shouid remove ill solicltatiou in 1 
matter Do not send your daughters boxes of eatables, such as sw 
meats, cakes, etc. Most sickness arises from this caus< ["h fare 
of the College is ample, and the same for pupils and teac. 

Boarders keeping money in their own rooms do so at their c 
risk. Money should be deposited with the President, who will then 
be responsible for it. 

We offer best advantages and reasonable rates. To succeed we 
must have prompt payments. As long as dues are unpaid, we, not 
are bearing the burden of your child's education. 

mm 

Our neat, economical uniform. 

Our well-graded literary and music courses. 

Improvements on grounds and buildings each year 

Buildings are brick, and boarding-house only two stories high. 

President and his wife have taught successfully for forty years. 

Many of our pupils are teaching In prominent schools of the State. 

Bible is taught In t-gular course. School religious, but not sectarian. 

Our teacher of sight singing is one of the finest vocalists in the South. 



Jndex. 



Admission, Requirements for 
Advertisements 

Alumnae 

Reunion 

Buildings 

Calendar 

Certificates 

' 3i ' ' ' 
Class Distinctions 

Courses, Academic £ 

Art 6 

i ~ 

Collegiate 

Music 

\% 

I )egrees 

ii 
Domestic Arrangements 2 , 

Enrollment 

Expense 

1 ....... to 

Faculty 

General Information 

Health . 

■2 1, 2;,, 25 

Instrumentalities 

Librnrv 

Literary Societies 
Loan Fund 
Location 

21 . TS 

■oral and Religious Advantages 

Patrons J 

Pointers 

Regulations tor Hoarding Pupils 

Summai v 

Ten Reasons 

Terms and Vacations 

T> 20 

I rustees, Hoard of , 

Uniform 

2$ 

Visiting Hoard from the North Georgia Conference 20 



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